Going Digital Is Great

#31furless_pandaPosted 4/23/2013 11:21:39 PM
I would definitely switch to all digital if every game is available and games are tied to account rather than system. Unfortunately, I have too many physical games right now that it would be weird to have some games digital.
#32g0ku411Posted 4/23/2013 11:38:32 PM
The biggest problem I have with digital gaming is, like most people, Nintendo's lack of an account system. Other than that I'm perfectly fine with it. I don't usually sell/return games I've already played and all my games would be on my 3DS so I can't really lose them unless I lose the system itself (or the SD card but I haven't had a reason for removing it yet). It also saves me a trip to the store. I for one am a huge fan of digital gaming.
#33Kakashi_LawyerPosted 4/24/2013 1:50:12 AM(edited)
alphame4 posted...
MrFwibbles posted...
My girlfriend just got NSMB2 for $15, remind me again how much the digital version costs?


Some people make enough money not to look for flea market type deals.


Saving money when you can is good whether you can afford everything at full price or not.
#34TheWhoFanPosted 4/24/2013 1:59:49 AM
I'm a PC gamer. Buying boxed games is archaic in my world. But, yeah, purchases not being tied to an account prevents me from going fully digital with Nintendo. At least, not for most major releases.
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